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Old 02-05-2021, 14:11   #1
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WTB: Wylo II Steel

Having narrowly missed out on Iron Bark II, I'm interested in any other Wylo II designs currently on the market. I've finally overcome my long infatuation with the 80's pleasure yachts such as the HC33, and seek a more robust platform for long adventures in far latitudes.

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Old 02-05-2021, 19:44   #2
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Re: WTB: Wylo II Steel

Contact Nick Skeates, he knows where many of the Wylo's are and may be for sale. Also there are a few of them on the Rio Guadiana, you may find one of them available for sale there.
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Re: WTB: Wylo II Steel

Slightly off topic but what did trevor replace ironbark with?
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Cheers, I'll see if I can dig up an email for Skeates.

Iron Bark was replaced with an Alajuela 38 in somewhat poor repair, it appears, they're currently refitting it for extended offshore travel.
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Re: WTB: Wylo II Steel

I went to Grenada in Feb/March of 2020 to look at IBII. A great boat. Might have actually brought if the world hadn't have gone into lock down 2 weeks after I got home. I have recently started looking again for a boat and meant to check with Trevor about IB. If she was still available probably would have brought her.


BTW, Trevor is great guy. Incredibly modest considering all he has accomplished. IBII is so well thought out and robust who ever got her got a real helluva one of kind boat that should last another 100 years.
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Having narrowly missed out on Iron Bark II, I'm interested in any other Wylo II designs currently on the market. I've finally overcome my long infatuation with the 80's pleasure yachts such as the HC33, and seek a more robust platform for long adventures in far latitudes.

Many thanks.
Hi there - I might be able to help you out there. Please get in touch with me. Jim
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